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If you were to leave Nestle USA, what would be the reason?

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The fact that you're treated like a number and management is a joke.

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Employee's treated like children, HR department never communicates, they are not there to help you. Management is a joke, new plant managers are in and out every few years. Constantly lied to about status of factory. Moral is the absolute worst. This job will make you feel physically ill when going in to work. They time unemployment claims to where you are not able to claim benefits during layoffs. Safety only matters when someone gets hurt. They never fix anything, even after repeated requests, which is another safety issue.

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Balance of work vs life is stacked against us. we have all this great pay and wonderful benefits for use, but spend so much time trying to catch up by forfeiting the only days we have to ourselves very little to no time is left to use them. Their ambitious plans often put added stress and mental duress as a consequence of unrealistic expectations. for example attempting to service 30 plus circle ks immediaty following a reroute which are tricky to muddle through to begin with.major lack of transparency between employee and employers or top brass. legitimate concerns raised pertaining to incorrect info that directly affects our commission met with no comment makes a person wonder if their employer is worth working for.

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I lefted Nestle because of bad/ negative atmosphere. No matter how hard you work they always find something negative.

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Because they changed the way they do business. Wont pay for personal driving to far away distances until after 25 miles. The warehouse jobs suck because it's so freezing cold and not comfortable by a long shot. The driving jobs are bad because you work weekends and will be out for a long time. 10-14 hours a day.

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No job growth

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Management. Their leadership is lacking in a big way

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No balance between work and life.

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Better advancement

Answered - Forklift Operator (Former Employee) - Laurel, MD

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Nestle is moving to another state and I am not in a position to move to another state

Answered - Financial Analyst- Costing Center (Current Employee) - Glendale, CA

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